May Music Newsletter



This month there are 310 new additions to stock, many of which are LPs from some great collections bought in.

There are some outstanding items covering all genres, but clearly Rock is still the most popular.

Top of the pile is a great copy of Blues Breakers by John Mayall with Eric Clapton, featuring the famous “Beano” cover.

John Mayall - Blues Breakers

The Beatles and Rolling Stones are still very popular and amongst several of their LPs are copies of “Hey Jude” and “Beggars Banquet”.

Hey Jude - The Beatles

Led Zeppelin continue to be a big seller and this month their second album is featured.

Led Zeplin 2

Always in demand by Punk Rock fans are the Sex Pistols and a copy of their debut album is included …

Never mind the Bollocks - Sex Pistols

…as is a rare copy of The Fall’s “Live At The Witch Trials”.

Live at the Witch Trials - The Fall
Boy - U2

U2’s LP “Boy” with a different cover to the common UK issue is a rarity

Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” is a classic album from 1970, but we have a special edition pressing in “Quadraphonic Sound”. This was a short-lived novelty, but was well-loved by those who owned the right music system, but do not worry as it plays perfectly on mono and stereo turntables.

Bridge Over Trouble Waters - Simon and Garfunkel